Where Are They Now: Linebacker Lemanski HallTitans Radio: Where Are They Now: Linebacker Lemanski Hall
...Where Are They Now: Linebacker Lemanski Hall
, A Oiler/Titan for three seasons, remembers what it was like for him as he
helped lay the foundation for the Tennessee Titans. Hall, a linebacker, signed with the Titans organization in 1995 after the Titans drafted him in the seventh round of the NFL draft.Hall
, who played college football at the University of Alabam
, was no stranger to southern football.Used to the excitement the SEC
had no reason to doubt that Nashville would be a great base for an NFL
team, but has a hard time believing ten years of Titan football has passed.
"It is awesome to see that," Hall
...Hall took a job with D-1 Sports Training in Franklin, Tennessee, and realized that he wanted to work even more closely with kids, so he decided to take a path that would lead him to coaching. That path led him to Ensworth High School in Nashville, where he currently teaches a fitness class and coaches football.Hall
gets to do what makes him happy in a city that makes him happy.
"I have been here since the Oilers moved to town," Hall
"The move was difficult," Hall
Now at LP Field, the hard work put in by players such as Hall
led the way for 103 consecutive sellouts of Titans Home games.
Through all of the tough times, Hall
still looks back on some of his
greatest memories with a sense of accomplishment.
But there is one play that Hall
made that will live with him forever.
Lemanski Hall vs.
"That matchup was not favorable to myself most of the time," Hall
time in the NFL
gave him something those phrases just stated, something that no one can take away, and something that will be with him for life.
is a fraternity amongst the guys that play in the league," Hall
said."That bond is forever, and it is one of those things that doesn't matter where you go or where you play, there is a love there and you know that you will be a part of that fraternity forever.
"It is awesome to know that I was a part of something great like the NFL
and the Titans
Where Are They Now: Lemanski Hall